Westerns are BACK, baby! E. Young wonders if they can level up for new sensibilities.
For Asian American representation in Hollywood, ‘almost’ is not enough. What’s it going to take for studios to get the picture?
In a departure from much of del Toro’s work, The Shape of Water is oddly safe, sweet, and ordinary. Weirdly, it kinda works.
From Nadine Shah to Kesha, 2017 was a year of great music. We rounded up our ten favourite albums.
Growing up, Louise Hung felt like she could never be an entertainer…’because I’m Asian.’ Going to see an all-Asian American varity show was an intensely validating experience.
Godzilla may be the most famous monster of Japanese film, but he’s not the only one — and he’s not even the biggest!
When a documentarian is an outsider, does that strengthen or weaken their storytelling?
The GlobalComment.com podcast series returns with another thought-provoking interview with Sunny Rahbar, a major figure in the art scene in the Arab world and Middle East.
I do, and it’s still 100 percent worth it every time.
What happens when you see the ghost of a family member you thought was still alive?